1956 - 2019 Beloved Husband of Roslyn for 41 years. Father of Tabitha (dec) and Darryl. Father-in-law to Kathryn. Grandfather to Isabella, Jaxon and Blake.
So loved and cherished by all.
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Thinking of you at this sad time. Gordon was a wonderful and kind gentleman, respected by so many.
His contributions to the community are too numerous to note and I feel honoured to have known him.
Karen Abell and Kelvin Fawcett.
To Ros, Darryl and family,
Carl and Jacqui
Dear Nephew of Joe and Peg Breadsell. Cousin of Murray (dec), Helen and Laurie. You were Murray’s best friend and will always hold a special place in our hearts.
MUNDAY GORDON Dearly loved son of Ivan (dec) and Barbara. Gone far too soon. Will be sadly missed. Love Mum
GORDON FREDERICK Sadly passed away 23.12.2019. Big brother to Joy and brother-in-law to Stephen. Your journey is over but you will not be forgotten, the memories will last forever. R.I.P. and keep the music playing. Sympathies to Roslyn, Darryl and family.
MUNDAY GORDON Cherished brother of John, brother-in-law of Anne, loved uncle to Matthew, Sally, Sheona and great uncle to Jason and Luke. One of a kind and you will be sadly missed.
Now at peace.
MUNDAY GORDON Gordon was a member of the Bassendean State Emergency Service. His career with the unit spanned over 35 years, of which 17.5 were as Local Manager. He sought no reward or recognition for his service. A true Volunteer.
He will be greatly missed by the Bassendean SES Members.
Rest in Peace
MUNDAY GORDON Farewell to a hard working and highly respected colleague. Condolences to Roslyn, Darryl and family from the DoT Knowledge and Standards Team.
MUNDAY GORDON The President, Executive and Committee Members of the SES Volunteers Association Inc mourn the passing of past Committee Member Gordon Munday. Gordon was a passionate SES Volunteer with more than 25 years service.
As an SES Volunteer, Gordon was a Local Manager of the Bassendean SES Unit.
He coached and mentored many SES Volunteers and he will be sadly missed by us all, both as an SES Volunteer, coach, mentor and a good friend.
The SESVA extend our sincere and deepest sympathies to his family,